Research and technology management’s Michael Oakes discusses CWRU business incubator which will help startups in biotech

CWRU business incubator helps startup businesses in biotech, health tech and engineering

Spectrum NewsMichael Oakes, senior vice president for research and technology management, talked about how CWRU’s new business incubator will be a community asset leveraging the university’s technology. “This purpose of this incubator is to become in some sense a nursery school for businesses leveraging technology in Northeast Ohio to grow, prosper, create jobs, attract talent and do good things in the world,” Oakes said.